The coverage of this year’s London Marathon over the weekend brought back memories of when I participated in 2018. The main joy of the event was raising some £9,000 for charity. And, even though I vowed that I would never ever do anything like that ever again because of the sheer exhaustion it created, I am now back training.
Lots of businesses want to raise funds – very few are actually successful. This is because the job of fundraising is poorly understood. Before you start on the fundraising journey the most important step is to identify whether you need equity or debt – or a combination.
When you’re involved in a business sale as an HR Director many elements come into play. In order to generate the best offers for your business, I have a number of tips and strategies you need to be aware of.
Organisational changes don’t always result in increased profitability. In fact, in some cases, change damages the bottom line and leads to a reduction in profit. My top eight tips for how recruiters can protect profitability while implementing business change.
There is a subtle art to raising funds for your business. By following my tips, you are more likely to be successful at raising the money you need. Preparation, putting in the necessary time, and perseverance are all key aspects of the funding raising process.
You may want to expand your business through acquisition, or you may want to sell your company. In either situation you need to go about the process in a systematic way which means becoming familiar with due diligence. Here are my eight suggested steps to guide you.
We’re relaunching Hyman Capital Services Ltd; Hyman Capital is a combination of a merchant bank, big four services (excluding audit and accounting) and a consulting business.
An extended business trip to the Middle East and Asia always sounds exciting, but the long days and jet lag soon mount up!
Trying to get back into the habit of blogging. I’ve got a lot to say.
Its not just availability of credit which is vital – its CEO’s and management teams who can grow their businesses.
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